Rev. Angel Kyodo Williams is a writer, activist, ordained Zen priest and the author of Being Black: Zen and the Art of Living with Fearlessness and Grace, published by Viking Press in 2000, and the co-author of Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love, and Liberation
In this profound conversation, Tami Simon and Rev. angel take a deep look at how society shapes our sense of belonging—and how we can all take back the power to belong for ourselves.
A companion conversation in the On Being episode that has been re-aired for the third time — Krista catches up with Rev. angel Kyodo Williams on how she’s keeping her fearlessness alive through pandemics and rupture.
This prophetic conversation, which Rev. angel Kyodo Williams had with Krista in 2018, is an invitation to imagine and nourish the transformative potential of this moment — toward human wholeness.
as promised, the circle of names of people, beloveds lost whose thread we pull through with each breath we choose life and liberation. “may they each be held in the […]
whether i “believe” it or not, I take it as a time to RE (as in going back) everything. REview, REassess, REconcile, REdress, RE-up and let my intuition lead. Mercury takes the blame for my REclusing and REnegotiating commitments because I think everyone deserves a DO-over generally speaking, and for 2020 and 2021, you should get three.
“… why do we practice? Well we practice to be able to withstand the truth of that. That there is no answer. There is no book. There is no script. If you get to the Jedi mountain, & they burned all the books, what will you do then?”